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    r Blackjack Legends: Edward Thorp


    Out of all the figures throughout blackjack history, nobody is more famous than Edward O. Thorp. In fact, Thorp is credited with inventing the modern card counting system that blackjack pros have used to make huge profits. Seeing as how Thorp is such an important figure in the game of blackjack, let’s take an in-depth look at his accomplishments.

    A True Innovator
    Like so many blackjack legends that would follow, Edward Thorp’s journey began at MIT. Only Thorp wasn’t busy recruiting a team of card counters because casinos didn’t even realize that successful card counting was possible. Instead, the UCLA graduate was teaching mathematics at MIT, and studying the game of blackjack on the side. By the time Thorp began applying his mathematical ability to blackjack, strategy for the game was very basic.

    Most players were clueless about basic blackjack strategy, and were surrendering around a 5% edge to the house. There were also people who were attempting to count cards at the time, which is why Thorp can’t be called the inventor of this activity; however, their rudimentary counting methods were no comparison to what Thorp would bring to the table. The professor was able to devise a near-flawless way to count cards that could potentially give players a 1% edge over the house. Going further, he figured out that, when players kept track of dealt cards, they could make educated guesses on when to profitably increase bets.

    Turning Knowledge into Profits

    Armed with his card counting theory, Thorp partnered up with an engineer named Claude Elwood Shannon, and the two traveled to Las Vegas to put these theories into practice. The results were a resounding success because Shannon and Thorp made thousands of dollars in profit each time they visited Sin City; by today’s monetary standards, they were racking up $50k or more every weekend.

    Beat the Dealer
    While Thorp created the most innovative and successful card counting methods of his time, it meant nothing until other people learned of his work. So Thorp wrote the timeless Beat the Dealer book, which detailed how players could successfully count cards and beat the casinos in blackjack. After being published in 1962, this book became an instant classic, and spawned the counting careers of thousands of players. Suddenly casinos were forced to take precautions against all of the counters out there. What’s truly amazing about Beat the Dealer is that people still use it as a reference today. Sure card counting methods have been slightly refined since this day, but little has changed, and people still point to Thorp’s work for beginning card counters.
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    Blackjack Legends: Stanford Wong



    John Ferguson, who is better known by his pen name Stanford Wong, has become legendary throughout the blackjack world for writing some game-changing blackjack books. In addition to this, he’s also created computer programs and techniques that have furthered blackjack strategy to a great degree. This being said, Stanford Wong is definitely a man worth looking at a little closer.


    From the Classroom to the Felt
    Like many other blackjack greats, Wong was a very smart man who earned a Ph.D from Stanford University, and taught classes there as well. While in the middle of both of these activities, he was also playing casino blackjack. Eventually, Wong got good enough to become a professional player through his card counting exploits. It’s during this time that he picked up the tips and techniques to write his legendary book Professional Blackjack.


    After being printed in 1975, Professional Blackjack quickly became a success, and helped Wong achieve a great deal of respect within the blackjack community. Four years later, he started publishing a monthly newsletter called Current Blackjack News, which discussed the blackjack rules and happenings at various casinos around the world. Just like his book, Current Blackjack News became highly popular among players, and is still in print today at his website, BJ21.


    Other Stanford Wong Works



    Ferguson’s impressive blackjack resume also includes developing a computer program for blackjack. The program was called “Blackjack Analyzer,” and it came at a time when few blackjack odds calculators were available to the average person. This software was particularly helpful to beginning blackjack players who were sketchy on how the math behind the game worked.


    Another important chapter of Stanford Wong’s career includes the technique that’s named after him – “Wonging.” Basically, Wonging involves counting cards at a blackjack table while not actually playing in the game; once the count becomes favorable, you take a seat and start betting big. Because of this practice, many casinos don’t allow players to jump into a game mid-shoe.


    One last thing worth discussing with regards to Wong is how he wrote several other famous books besides Professional Blackjack. Some of these works include Blackjack Secrets, Basic Blackjack, Tournament Blackjack, Winning Without Counting, Downtown Vegas Blackjack, Professional Video Poker, Wong on Dice, Sharp Sports Betting and Optimal Strategy for Pai Gow Poker. As you can see, Stanford Wong was not only an expert in blackjack, but also in various other casino games too.
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    Blackjack Legends: Erica Schoenberg



    The typical blackjack stereotype is an overweight, middle-aged man with poor fashion tastes and a receding hairline. Erica Shoenberg certainly does not meet this stereotypical view of a blackjack player. In fact, the Akron, Ohio native earned the nickname the “Blackjack Babe” for her good looks and modeling career. But is Schoenberg really a blackjack legend, or just some model who happens to play a little blackjack on the side? Let’s take a look…


    Gambling Roots
    Erica Schoenberg was introduced to cards at a young age since she learned poker and blackjack by age 5. After learning the game from her family, the future model would sporadically keep up with these two games while growing up.
    After reaching her twenties, Schoenberg befriended a member of the MIT Blackjack Team, who then taught her the intricacies of card counting. Around the same time, the blonde also cashed in her first blackjack tournament, which earned her a nice $2,000 payday. Both events encouraged Schoenberg to pursue card counting and play in more blackjack tournaments throughout the years.


    Ultimate Blackjack Tour and World Series of Blackjack
    As a model and blackjack player, Erica Schoenberg was a natural fit for the Ultimate Blackjack Tour TV show on CBS. On one episode of the Ultimate Blackjack Tour, the Blackjack Babe managed to corral a second place finish, which only furthered her fame in the game.
    In addition to being on the Ultimate Blackjack Tour show, Schoenberg was also invited to play in the World Series of Blackjack in Season 2 and 3. She made a strong showing during Season 2 after moving into second place for a while; however, she eventually busted out of the tournament during the middle stages.


    Welcome to Poker
    Despite all of her success and reputability in the blackjack world, the surprising thing is that Schoenberg is best known for her days as a poker player. She quickly established herself here after finishing in 16th place in the 2006 WPT Championship, which resulted in a $117,165 cash.


    The following year proved to be good to Schoenberg as well since she won the 2007 Mandalay Bay Poker Championship ($105,875), and took third in a 2007 WSOP $1,500 No Limit Hold’em tournament ($261,646). Since this time, Erica Schoenberg has continued to cash in at least a few poker tournaments every year, and has $825,982 in career poker tournament winnings.

    Besides making her living through this game, poker is also where the Blackjack Babe met her husband and fellow professional poker player Erick Lindgren.


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    Blackjack Legends: Bill Kaplan and J.P. Massar



    Bill Kaplan and J.P. Massar formed the basis for what would become the most famous card counting team in history – the MIT Blackjack Team. Interestingly enough, the two Americans met at a Chinese restaurant in Cambridge, Massachusetts of all places. Massar overheard Kaplan talking about blackjack card counting in the restaurant, and walked over to introduce himself, which is where our story begins.


    Turning Things Around
    Harvard MBA graduate Bill Kaplan was already a successful card counter by the time he met MIT student J.P. Massar. He’d successfully played with, and managed a team that made thousands of dollars throughout the late 1970′s. However, the team grew tired of Las Vegas casinos, and wanted to branch out into Europe and other parts of the world. Kaplan had no interest in doing this, so he left his former team.


    Massar wasn’t nearly as successful as Kaplan at card counting, and was in fact wondering if the MBA graduate would help him out. Luck was in Massar’s favor because Kaplan had just parted with his former blackjack team, and was looking for a local group to play with.


    After going to Atlantic City to watch Massar and the other MIT students play, he saw numerous card counting errors such as using different systems, making betting mistakes, arguing over irrelevant math formulas and putting little time in at the blackjack tables. Based on his observations, Bill Kaplan told Massar and his friends what they were doing wrong, and agreed to train them if they followed his rules and training schedule.


    A Winning Combination
    The players reluctantly agreed to let Kaplan run the show, and they all trained together while using a uniform blackjack card counting system. The results were a huge success as the MIT Blackjack Team worked just like a profitable business. There were investors who staked the team – earning 250% on their investments – while the undergraduate students were earning around $80 an hour.


    In most cases, blackjack card counters are lucky to gain a 2%-4% edge over the house, but with the MIT Blackjack Team’s advanced training methods and practices, they reportedly had as high as a 4% edge over casinos (through aid of shuffle tracking). Throughout the 80′s, the team branched out to 70 players and remained profitable the whole time.




    For a while, Kaplan dropped out of the card counting game, only to partner up with Massar again in the early 90′s to form Strategic Investments. Now the MIT Blackjack Team was more profitable than ever, and it’s now 80 members generated millions of dollars in revenue. But as with all good things, the team eventually came to an end since multiple casinos did everything in their power – including hiring private investigators – to put this massive card counting network to an end. In 1993, Strategic Investments paid out its final dividends and dissolved.




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    Blackjack Legends: Ken Uston and Al Francesco



    Two blackjack legends whose legacies are tied together are Ken Uston and Al Francesco. The main reason why Uston and Francesco are linked is because they played on the same blackjack team together. Now most people would consider Uston the more famous out of these two because he went on to write several major blackjack books, and appeared on TV shows too. But it’s still worth discussing both of these blackjack legends in-depth because many within the blackjack community actually consider Francesco more of a prominent figure.

    Playing on the Same Team
    Al Francesco is widely credited with inventing the team blackjack concept, where a group of individuals work together to count cards and avoid casino detection. In addition to this, he also developed the “Big Player” strategy where the team works around the big player, who brings in most of the team’s money.
    Now Ken Uston comes into the equation when he met Francesco while still working in the corporate world. Enthralled with the idea of blackjack card counting, Uston expressed his desire to learn, and Francesco took him in as a player. This is where reports get conflicted because Uston says that he eventually became the team’s big player, while Francesco claims that Uston never really made the team much money. Regardless of what the reality was, Ken Uston did learn how to become an expert card counter through Francesco’s tutelage.

    The Big Player
    After learning everything he needed to know about team blackjack, Ken Uston wrote a book called The Big Player in 1977. Much like the famous book Beat The Dealer in 1962, The Big Player gave the masses access to blackjack card counting strategy they’d never seen before. Unfortunately, it also alerted casinos to the activities of blackjack teams across the United States. This turned out to be bad news for Al Francesco and his team because they were subsequently banned from every Las Vegas casino following the publication of The Big Player.
    But this was hardly the end of Uston’s blackjack career because he wrote another hit book in Million Dollar Blackjack.
    Uston also continued to play blackjack across the US, and even challenged Atlantic City casinos when many of them banned him. The result was the court deciding in favor of Uston and his argument that casinos shouldn’t be allowed to ban skilled players from the blackjack tables; this ruling still stands in Atlantic City today.
    Sadly, Uston didn’t live too many years longer after writing Million Dollar Blackjack since he died in 1987 of heart failure. As for Francesco, he doesn’t really play any blackjack today, but is still a living legend in the game for inventing team blackjack.



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    Blackjack Legends: Arnold Snyder



    Some blackjack players become legends for their unparalleled profits at the table, and quirky stories away from the felt. Others become blackjack legends because of their theories and contributions to the game. Arnold Snyder is of the latter variety because, while he’s definitely been a successful player, he has found even more success as an author. Since Snyder is such an interesting fellow, let’s dive a little deeper into his life and blackjack contributions.

    Deck Penetration
    As a card counter, Arnold Snyder was definitely ahead of his time since he developed the concept of deck penetration, or how far into the shoe a blackjack dealer is before cards will be reshuffled. Snyder shared this idea in his 1980 book The Blackjack Formula, which offered a number of other revolutionary concepts. Of course, deck penetration is the most noteworthy here because it’s still widely used by players today.

    Blackjack Forum
    Shortly after his ground-breaking book The Blackjack Formula was released, Snyder was quickly on to the next big thing as he released the Blackjack Forum. This was a very popular quarterly trade journal that talked about blackjack strategy, upcoming events, interviews with famous players, and profiles on blackjack legends. Interestingly enough, the Blackjack Forum is still around today as a website, and Snyder presides over the site.

    Other Blackjack Books
    Arnold Snyder has never stopped working as a blackjack author since he’s written multiple books over the years. Some of his other publications include Blackbelt in Blackjack, Big Book of Blackjack, The Blackjack Shuffle Tracker’s Cookbook, Blackjack Wisdom, The Poker Tournament Formula and How to Beat the Internet Casinos and Poker Rooms. Of these books, The Blackjack Shuffle Tracker’s Cookbook was really helpful to professional blackjack players since it was the first true analysis of various shuffle tracking methods.

    Other Activities
    As if Snyder hasn’t done enough in the blackjack world, he is also one of the biggest advocates of professional blackjack players. In fact, he made big news after testifying in favor of pro player Tommy Hyland, who was being prevented from playing in many casinos and blackjack tournaments throughout North America. Aside from Hyland’s case, Snyder has also been asked to testify in other big cases involving professional blackjack techniques and strategy. It’s also worth mentioning that he frequently pokes holes in and exposes phony gambling systems that are sold by crooked people trying to make money off of innocent players.
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    Blackjack Legends: Russ Hamilton



    Russ Hamilton is definitely one of the more interesting figures in blackjack history because he’s both a successful blackjack and poker player. In fact, it was the latter that got Hamilton started playing cards in the first place, and a college professor once told the Detroit native that he’d profit more from poker than school. So Hamilton started playing in underground poker games around the Detroit area, and was very good at it. This prompted him to move to Las Vegas, where a new game caught his attention.

    Welcome to Blackjack
    After moving to Las Vegas to play poker, Hamilton was quickly entranced by blackjack, and started playing the game heavily. Eventually, he teamed up with fellow blackjack pros Stanford Wong, Blair Rodman, Fred Davis and others. The players were not only successful in their card counting exploits, but also become quite the blackjack tournament players too. Unfortunately, casinos started barring blackjack pros from competing in tournaments, so Hamilton decided to cross back over to poker.

    Back to the Basics
    After resuming his poker career in the late 1980′s, Hamilton experienced marginal success with the game. He managed to cash in a few poker tournaments, but nothing overly-impressive. However, this all changed in the 1994 WSOP Main Event when Hamilton etched his name into history after defeating Hugh Vincent heads-up to win the title. After winning the WSOP Main Event, Hamilton received $1 million and his body weight in silver; seeing as how Russ is a big guy, this was a lot of extra money!

    Elimination Blackjack and Ultimate Blackjack Tour
    Hamilton eventually got back into blackjack, and truly made a mark on the game by developing “elimination blackjack.” Much like poker tournaments, elimination blackjack saw players compete in tourney format, and people were gradually eliminated as the event raged on. Hamilton showcased this style of blackjack on the Ultimate Blackjack Tour, which was televised and lasted two seasons. One truly unique thing about the Ultimate Blackjack Tour was that it involved a number of professional poker players who didn’t normally play blackjack such as Phil Hellmuth, Antonio Esfandiari, Annie Duke, Jennifer Tilly and Johnny Chan.

    Scandal
    Despite all that he’s done for the blackjack community, Russ Hamilton will forever be known as a cheat due to his involvement with the Ultimate Bet Poker website. Ultimate Bet was an online poker site that Hamilton was a consultant for, and he (along with others) developed a way to see their opponents’ hole cards. Most accounts say that Hamilton was the biggest beneficiary of the $22 million that other players were robbed of. This being the case, he’s lost all respect within both the blackjack and poker community.
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    Blackjack Legends: Kerry Packer



    While most famous blackjack players accumulate their wealth on the tables and through books, Kerry Packer is an exception to the norm. Packer built a media empire over his lifetime, and became the richest man in Australia ($A6.5 billion) before his death in 2005. Beyond his extravagant wealth and media empire, the Aussie was known for his high stakes gambling ventures into blackjack, poker, baccarat and other games. Of course, what we’re most interested in here is the blackjack, and how Packer became a legend for his play.

    Extreme Variance
    While the house holds a small edge over the average blackjack player, they still feared Kerry Packer. At the stakes the media mogul played, he could either make or break a casino’s profits for the entire year. But he wasn’t always breaking casinos, which is why many establishments allowed him to bet whatever he desired.

    On one occasion, Packer reportedly lost $20 million while at the Bellagio Casino in Las Vegas. Another story had the billionaire dropping $19 million at the Ritz Club in Vegas. However, he also experienced plenty of success too such as the time he reportedly forced London’s Aspinalls Club to shut down after winning so much money in blackjack.

    Another time saw him winning somewhere between $24 and $33 million from the MGM Grand while playing both blackjack and baccarat. Amazingly, it’s said that Packer almost broke the MGM Grand, which resulted in the firing of several prominent employees who let him make huge bets.

    Packer’s Blackjack Legacy
    There is perhaps no blackjack player – nor gambler of any kind – who can boast of wins and losses the size of Kerry Packer’s. After all, few billionaires are big gamblers, much less to the extent that Packer was.

    He made blackjack bets worth $300,000 or more on a single hand, and never sulked after a multi-million dollar losing session.
    It’s often been said of the Aussie that he played blackjack when he was bored, and he was bored quite often. Seeing as how he gambled so frequently, Packer was able to accumulate quite a collection of interesting stories.

    One of the most-told stories was when a Texas oil tycoon was mouthing off to him and said, “You know who I am partner? I’m worth $60 million!” Packer then pulled out a coin and said, “I’ll flip you for it.” As you can tell by this story, Kerry Packer was quite the spectacle at casinos, and it’s no reason why he became such a legend.
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    Blackjack Legends: Don Johnson



    While most blackjack legends become famous for card counting, Don Johnson has etched his name into blackjack history by using conventional strategy to win millions of dollars. By his own admissions, Johnson doesn’t count cards, and claims that many players could beat the house if they had the bankroll to do so. Seeing as how Johnson’s theory on blackjack is so interesting, he’s definitely worth looking at closer.


    Atlantic City Nightmare
    The large majority of Don Johnson’s winnings have come in Atlantic City, where he has battered casinos there. Johnson began playing blackjack in the 1990′s, and made a big name for himself in 2010 after winning over $4 million at Caesars Atlantic City. Initially, most casino officials throughout the town thought that he’d just been on a hot streak. However, when Johnson experienced similar success to the tune of $4.9 million at the Borgata Atlantic City, some casinos were scared to let him play blackjack.


    The Tropicana was not one of these casinos, and their CEO even gave the okay for Johnson to make bets as large as $100,000 during the spring of 2011. This proved to be a huge mistake because, in just 12 hours, the 49-year-old made $5.8 million in profits. This proved to be very costly for the Tropicana Atlantic City since they not only fired their CEO afterward, but also experienced a 20% loss in revenue for the month.


    Made Man
    After an incredible 6-month span where Johnson made $15 million in profits, he really caught the media’s attention. And the biggest question on reporters’ minds was just how Johnson managed to beat these casinos for millions of dollars over such as short span.


    Much to people’s surprise, it wasn’t card counting that helped Johnson win, but rather basic blackjack strategy, and a large enough bankroll to survive the variance swings. He was quoted as saying, “They (casinos) beat most people in the long run because the average person won’t have the bankroll – but I have my own bankroll. If you can take the swings, you’re going to win. You also have to understand the math.”


    Don Johnson Today
    Following his fame and fortune, Don Johnson has continued to play blackjack and isn’t one to rest on his laurels. In fact, he won another $2 million at the Tropicana Atlantic City to close out 2011, which proves that he’s still a major force in the blackjack world.


    Aside from the game, Johnson is CEO at a Wyoming company that makes online horse race betting software for various companies. So even if his luck ever runs out in blackjack, Johnson still has a cushy job to fall back on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katweezel View Post
    Blackjack Legends: Don Johnson




    Don Johnson Today
    Following his fame and fortune, Don Johnson has continued to play blackjack and isn’t one to rest on his laurels. In fact, he won another $2 million at the Tropicana Atlantic City to close out 2011, which proves that he’s still a major force in the blackjack world.


    Aside from the game, Johnson is CEO at a Wyoming company that makes online horse race betting software for various companies. So even if his luck ever runs out in blackjack, Johnson still has a cushy job to fall back on.
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    Blackjack Legends: Russ Hamilton



    Russ Hamilton is definitely one of the more interesting figures in blackjack history because he’s both a successful blackjack and poker player. \Russ Hamilton will forever be known as a cheat due to his involvement with the Ultimate Bet Poker website. Ultimate Bet was an online poker site that Hamilton was a consultant for, and he (along with others) developed a way to see their opponents’ hole cards. Most accounts say that Hamilton was the biggest beneficiary of the $22 million that other players were robbed of. This being the case, he’s lost all respect within both the blackjack and poker community.
    Did he get away with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    I have already compiled a photo album not finished yet, wherein future gambling historians will no doubt appreciate my efforts in gathering such priceless information, and all right here in one place: the Zen Zone. (What a terrible calamity it would be if N0rman W@ttenb3rger were to instigate cease and desist upon the ZZ necessitating a shut down.)

    In the meantime, here are just a few from my collection. I have included myself there, holding my magic wand which should the planets stay aligned as they most certainly are at the moment, one Venetian is going to feel the wrath (from third base) of my magic wand. That is the only reason why I am so presumptuous to include myself.
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    Here is Don money and Kerry Packer

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    Quote Originally Posted by zengrifter View Post
    Wrong Don Johnson, mate --

    So it wasn't the Miami Vice Don Johnson who did it, it was a different one? God damn it! At least we got Ben Affleck.

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